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Pages: 368

Language: English

Publisher: University Press of the Pacific (1 July 2004)

By: William Minto (Author)

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William Minto (1845-1893) was a Scottish literary critic and journalist. He was the author of a biography of Daniel Defoe, and contributed to the Encyclopedia Britannica biographical sketches of Chaucer, Spenser, Dryden, Pope, Dickens, and other literary men. Contents: The Position of Men of Letters in the Eighteenth Century Pope A Group of Eighteenth-Century Poets Poetry Between Pope and Cowper Decline of Poetry - The Novel The New Poetry Scottish Poetry in the Eighteenth Century Wordsworth Coleridge Southey Campbell Moore Scott Byron Novelists from Mrs. Radcliffe to Bulwer Lytton Shelley and Keats Supplement: Mr. Courthope's Biography of Pope -- The Supposed Tyranny of Pope -- The Historical Relationships of Burns Index

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